The U.S. Department of Commerce is dedicated to increasing information and communications technologies (ICT) exports. We do this by strengthening the global competitiveness of these industries through industry analysis, trade policy development, trade promotion, and addressing trade barriers. The U.S. Department of Commerce works with businesses that use the digital economy to deliver their products and services. We provide international market research, procurement leads, and trade events tailored to accelerate their international growth.
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CES® is the most influential tech event in the world — the proving ground for breakthrough technologies and global innovators where the world's biggest brands do business and meet new partners, and the sharpest innovators hit the stage.
The electronics manufacturing industry’s largest event in North America, featuring a world-class trade show, cutting-edge technical conference, professional development courses taught by industry experts, and non-stop networking.
In conjunction with the Asia Tech x Singapore 2024 trade show and forum, this mission seeks to expand opportunities for U.S. companies in Singapore and the Southeast Asian region at the intersection of telecommunications services, 5G, SaaS applications, cybersecurity and the digital economy.
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Taiwan’s fast-growing robot manufacturing industry presents export opportunities for U.S. robot controllers and automation control solutions.
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OHIT’s Team provides industry and trade policy expertise to support U.S. suppliers of the hardware that enables the digital economy. These products range from semiconductors powering electronic devices like phones and computers, to the data center equipment that makes cloud computing possible.
The Office of Digital Services Industries (ODSI) evaluates the global environment for digital services, addresses foreign market trade and investment barriers, and promotes trade policies to increase the global competitiveness of the U.S. digital services industry.
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